Autism Society of Indiana’s New Executive Director
The Autism Society of Indiana is pleased to announce that Courtney Wolley has been appointed the new Executive Director. An experienced leader, Courtney brings a wealth of knowledge to her new position, having been the Assistant Executive Director at ASI for the past 3 years. Courtney started her career as a Special Education teacher at a charter school on the southside of Indianapolis. After several years in the classroom and in administration, Courtney began working at ASI in November 2017 in Career Services. In September 2018, Courtney began managing the Direct Care program; over the past 4 years, the program has grown exponentially, providing much needed supports to families across the State of Indiana. A dedicated leader and advocate, Courtney is passionate about furthering ASI’s mission and ensuring all affected by autism are connected to the resources they need to thrive. Courtney completed her undergraduate studies at Miami University (OH) and earned a Master of Public Affairs (MPA) from Indiana University – Bloomington. She and her husband, Jeremy, and their two children live in Indianapolis.
The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI) exists to ensure that every individual and every family affected by autism in the State of Indiana receives the high-quality services they deserve.